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Manziel finds his form in time for A&M’s rematch vs. Alabama

September 9, 2013
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Manziel finds his form in time for A&M’s rematch vs. Alabama   COLLEGE STATION - Johnny Manziel said he believes experience counts for something, even if that experience is limited to this season. That’s why Texas A&M’s reigning Heisman Trophy winner makes the case the Aggies own an advantage over top-ranked Alabama, considering A&M is coming off…

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A Guide to the Best Spring Football Storylines

April 5, 2013
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A Guide to the Best Spring Football Storylines

When it comes to spring, everyone is dialed in to his own team and respective position battles. Folks at Florida State are wondering who is going to win the three-man derby at quarterback. Nebraska fans are wondering what Bo Pelini’s plan is for fixing the defense. USC fans wonder how the switch from the Tampa-2…

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Mark Emmert’s press conference at the Final Four was a disaster

April 5, 2013
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Mark Emmert’s press conference at the Final Four was a disaster

The press conference the NCAA held on Thursday in Atlanta before the Men’s Basketball Final Four was not a good one.  NCAA President Mark Emmert was agitated and it seems he has been reading all of his press clippings.  He took time during the press conference to single out Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports and…

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The day that was: Auburn fires back at Selena Roberts report, ESPN’s synthetic marijuana investigation

April 5, 2013
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The day that was: Auburn fires back at Selena Roberts report, ESPN’s synthetic marijuana investigation

After two scathing reports in as many days with allegations of wrongdoing at Auburn University, Athletics Director Jay Jacobs and former head football coach Gene Chizikon Thursday vehemently disputed those reports, which included claims of NCAA violations and failed drugs tests by its players. The first story was posted online Wednesday on Roopstigo.comand alleged Auburn committed academic fraud,…

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Auburn’s Tainted Title

April 4, 2013
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Auburn’s Tainted Title

Her calls went straight to voicemail. Her texts went unreturned. By mid-morning on March 11, 2011, the mother of Auburn University star safety Mike McNeil felt the shudder of a parental alarm go off in her mind. Where was Melodie Campbell’s son? His college roommates hadn’t seen him. He was absent from team workouts. He…

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Eli Manning’s Ole Miss Lunch Spot

April 3, 2013
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Eli Manning’s Ole Miss Lunch Spot

When he was the star quarterback at Ole Miss, Eli Manning went to his favorite restaurant in Oxford with his family every Friday afternoon before games. Now that he’s a two-time Super Bowl MVP, “Easy” Eli still finds time to visit Ajax Diner, the down-home soul food restaurant with the Christmas tree lights on Courthouse Square. “He just gave…

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Lehigh Valley games begin – on field and in restrooms

April 3, 2013
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Lehigh Valley games begin – on field and in restrooms

The Lehigh Valley IronPigs are truly No. 1 when it comes to the adventurous new world of urinal gaming. The IronPigs have created a video game that has what they call the “only truly hands-free urinal game controller.” It doesn’t take much to be a whiz at this game, which is featured in the men’s…

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Jay Z Delves Into Sports Management

April 3, 2013
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Jay Z Delves Into Sports Management

Rapper Jay Z is expanding his business empire. His newest company Roc Nation Sports is teaming up with Hollywood’s leading talent and entertainment agency to provide sports management services. read & listen more: npr.org

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Why USC AD Pat Haden Is Worried about the O’Bannon Anti-Trust Suit

April 3, 2013
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Why USC AD Pat Haden Is Worried about the O’Bannon Anti-Trust Suit

The compensation formula for collegiate athletes is deeply flawed, and the entire system could drastically change in the not-too-distant future based on one court ruling. The business model, which has banked on amateurism staying constant, could very well be turned on its side.  Most importantly, no one’s really quite really sure what to do next. There’s an…

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Oregon opens spring practice under Helfrich

April 3, 2013
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Oregon opens spring practice under Helfrich

The Oregon Ducks began spring practice Tuesday under new coach Mark Helfrich. The team’s former offensive coordinator, who was promoted to head coach in January after Chip Kelly left for the Philadelphia Eagles, called his first practice at the helm ”weird, at points.” Oregon is coming off a 12-1 season that was capped with a victory…

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